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  1. Hi Gaga, don't worry too much.  My son has more tics when he was 7, 8 or 9.  It began to diminish now when he gets older (teenager now).  I found that when my son had beef when he was young, he had head jerking.  When we stopped giving him the beef, his head jerking stopped, but it would take like 2 weeks to completely go away.  He no longer has jerking now even he has little bit of beef. I found out the probiotic, multivitamin, sesame oil, sweet potato, dairy free diet, coconut water help him a lot.  Hope these help.  I understand it is hard for a mom to see her child experience all these.   

  2. Thank you so much! My son seems like getting better with his OCD after switching back to Renew probiotic product like less obsessive thoughts, less repeating the same questions. But he becomes cracking his knucle more than before he used this probiotic.  His hallucination is getting better, but I am not sure if it because of probiotic or taurine.  I would like to ask you that I found a strain somewhere in forum saying could help Candida, but I couldn't find it anymore.  Do you know which one is it?  Thank you so much!

  3. Hi, this school year has been tough! My son who just became teen has been out of controlled in school like playing dandruff, earwax, passing gas in front of people in classrooms. He has been sent to principal office often. He did his homework and study at home, but need me to remind him to do his stuffs often. He takes a lot longer time to finish than before. Usually sleeps at 11:30 or 12:30 at night. Easily to be distracted, and have social problem which can't get along easily with others. Please help! Any thoughts and ideas and recommended supplements will be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much!

  4. Hi, after the probiotic company switched its band, my son's OCD became severe. He used to have the ultimate probiotic with 60B. Since beginning of this year, he tried many different kinds of probiotic and inositol, but none actually help! He has repeated OCD thoughts, like calling people "fat", "stupid", cracking knucles etc. He kept confessing to me about his thoughts and the words he has spoken daily, but not able to stop doing it. He finished his homework a lot slower then before. Wonder off and can't focus easily. Any ideas or recommendation will greatly appreciated.

  5. Hi, my son did a couple times LENS therapy (biofeedback) in August, then he had constantly eyes tics with crossing his eyes. I wasn't sure if it because of the LENS he did or because of the peanut butter cereals he ate. But the food normally wouldn't cause him this much tics. The eyes crossing tics last for about 2 months. He now told me one of his eyes has double vision which he saw two images. If he wears eyeglasses, the second image may becomes lighter. I looked at his eyes, and felt that one of his eyes does not align properly as the other eye. I have scheduled an appt. with an eye doctor. Any ideas or thoughts will be greatly appreciated. I was thinking that even if he has therapy can adjust his eye alignment, the eyes tics will make his eye become worse again. Should he constantly wear eyeglasses. The eye with double vision is near sighted. Thank you so much for any ideas and thoughts and recommendation.

  6. Hi, my son has been struggling with bed wetting for years. He just became teen. The LENS (biofeedback) he did in few years ago helped him cut down the numbers of time to go to bathroom at night into once per night. Now he usually needs to get up once at night for bathroom in order to stay dry. However, if he eats some really sweet fruits, or other food (not sure), he will wet his bed even if he is up once for bathroom. Any ideas or any recommended supplements will be appreciated. Thank you so much!

  7. Sorry to hear these. Did you discuss with his teachers about his situtation? It is so important that teachers understand him. Sometimes, teachers may try to adjust based on his situation by reducing the amount of his homework, and have him to study more instead of doing homework.

    Did you also try to reward him by having him to do something fun aferward like compuiter games, going for walk, riding bikes, watching movies, having fun activities on Saturdays and Sundays. In other words, some fun activities for him to look forward after homework, or after 5 days schooling. So that he won't feel school is so painful.

    On the other hand, does he feel too stressful about the school? Does he like the school? Does he feel comfortable about the school? Is this the right school for him? More importance is he learns rather than finishing a bunch of homework. 6 to 7 hours in school plus homework time at home may seem stressful to a student.

    You don't need to answer back these questions, just some thoughts that you might think about.

     

    JJ

     

  8. My son, who is going to be 11, have serve crowding which block other permanent teeth to grow in right place. He still has many baby teeth which haven't been fallen yet.

     

    Before I decide whether or not have him to have braces, I would like to ask comments from many of you about how orthodonitc affects tics, and will that go away. Do you think if it worths to do braces even it will trigger tics.

     

    Thank you!

     

    JJ

  9. Thank you Chemar. I will be careful about the use of GABA. My doctor never mentioned this to me.

     

    You said GABA should be gradually added, and maintained for a period, then gradually titrated down. So what is the starting dosage you would suggest? How long do you think I should maintain this GABA for my son? How much should I titrated down when ending GABA? Will GABA elevate serotonin?

     

    Thank you so much!

     

    JJ

  10. My son, 10 years old, has done urine test for neurotransmitters recently. We found that he was basically very high on Glutamate, Dopamine, Norepinephrine, and Epinephrine, but low on GABA. Doctor said in order to bring those down and bring GABA back to normal, he needs to have GABA 700mg once a day and then increase up to 700mg twice a day for a year long .

     

    I learned from this forum that taking GABA long term is not good. Therefore, I would like to ask if it is okay to take it for a year to see if his neurotransmitters back to normal range?

     

    If taking GABA for 1 year is not good, what is the longest length of time he can takes?

     

    Thank you for advice!

     

    JJ

  11. Hi Chemar,

     

    You mentioned about St Johns Wort (for OCD). I am looking for something which can suppress his OCD but won't trigger his tics or make him more irritable.

     

    My son is very high on serotonin. He has so full of obsessive thoughts recently especially when I introduce new food or new medicine or Craniosacral Therapy, or even starting homeopathic or any new things which go into his mouth. His obsessive thoughts can include keep complaining people who are bear feet and walking around in house or putting bear feet on chair or sofa, obsessively tickle people feet when he sees people bear feet, obsessively saying some words or sentences which I asked him not to say because of impolite, and even more which is I think is serious.

     

    He is taking Bontech multivitamin with 50mg inositol in it, 60 B probiotic, 1000mg taurine, and homeopathic (911 stress control, which seems to reduce his eyes and vocal tics but elevate his OCD). Can he take St. John Wort with those without causing any side effect? If yes, which brand would you recommend? What dosage for 10 yrs old? Will it elevate his serotonin. If not, what other recommendation you think would be good for him based on the describption above.

     

    Thank you very much for any advice.

     

    JJ

  12. Hi,

     

    Can magnesium oxide help with tics? My son has tried magnesium taurate, natural calm with magnesium, epsom salt with magnesium. But all these actually increase his tics and ocd. How about magnesium oxide? I do not know what are the differences among all these types of magnesiums, like magnesium citrate, magnesium oxide, magnesium taurate, and so on. Can anyone help? Also how much he can take the maximum with 10 years old?

     

    Thank you!

     

    JJ

  13. Hi,

    My son is on bontech (ts plus control) for 2 to 3 years. I started giving him 1 capsule the first day, then 2 capsules the second day, then 3 capsules the third day, and so on, until 10 capsules the max. Even if I stop giving him the supplement for a week or two, I will do the same thing again until reaching the max dose (10 capsules). I do not notice it increase his tics, or reduce his tics. But he needs it because he has a lot of food which he is sensitive to. I continue to look for another supplement that can replace this one, but many supplements in the market have things included which my child cannot have it.

    I recently found out that this supplement is not the best for him, because it contains soy, the lecithin, which he was tested last year and sensitive to it. It also has 50mg of inositol per 10 capsules, which can be good for those who have OCD. My son is very high on serotonin, but inositol elevates serotonin. Since he has been on it for almost 3 years, I think his body is already used to it.

    If he eats the wrong food, his tics will still be increased even he is taking the supplement. One thing I found very helpful and eliminate his tics is the right amount of probiotic. And I will have him to do the allergy test, and autoimmune to see if there are any other things that trigger his tics.

    Hope it helps.

    JJ

  14. Hi ,

     

    I have found a lot of helpful information in this forum.

     

    I learn that in this forum taking GABA and L-Carnitine long term is not good. How about Taurine? My doctor told me to give it to me son to calm his tics and hyperactive, but never told me when to stop. In fact, it does help him with tics and especially with brain fogs which can last for 3 months. I also learn that too much on Taurine will cause uncontrol hyperactive.

     

    My question is if it okay to take taurine for long term or not? If it is okay to take long term, how much dose for a 9 to nearly 10 years old child? (I only give him 500 mg twice a day morning and evening, which is less than half dose of what doctor recommend).

     

    How about any other types of amino acid like N-acetylceistein, quercitin and others for long term or short term?

     

    If it should be short term use for all amino acid, how long will you recommend?

     

    And if it should be short term use, then my son has taken Taurine for nearly a year, how do I stop him taking it without having him to have brain fogs again.

     

    Thank you very much! Will be truly appreciated for any advice.

     

    JJ

  15. Thank you very much Sheila. I will definitely look into the Modified Quantitative Testing and schedule an appointment for my son.

     

    As you mentioned, "If there is an unidentified exposure or infection that is creating an underlying immune hypersensitivity, it could be difficult to completely heal until those factors are under control." I was not sure if he really got an infection. As I remember when he was 5 months old, he got some kinds of virus causing him to have fever. When he was about 2 years old, he got cold, then fever, then ear infection (but not sure, subtitue doctor said it), then had knees problem (not sure why) causing him not able to walk like having pain. He also took antibiotics first then was admitted to the hospital, and had MRI done in hospital because of the knees problem. Once a while in a year, he caught cold and got fever. As I remember, he never took any antibiotics after ages of 2. Were these infection? If so, it has been long time, and suppose to clear off. Do you mean there are still some bad bacterial in his body? He was tested for food sensitive at ages of 7, the nutrition doctor told me he had Candida because of the number of food sensitive that shown. The infection you mention, does it related to Candida, or the illness he had had before?

     

    Thank you for telling me that the disorders can be affected by food, allergens and chemical exposures. Because I have been focusing the food and supplement alot neglecting the allergens and chemical exposures.

  16. Thank you so much Nancy and Sheila.

     

    I have 2 questions for both of you.

     

    (1) For Nancy: My son is taking a multivitamin supplement which included 50mg inositol. Since he is so high on Serotonin. Is it okay for him to have the supplement?

     

    (2) For Sheila: If my son does have allergy, then will the NAET eliminate those inhalant allergens as well as food sensitive? If so, will his tics, ocd and hyperactive be eliminiated as well because of elimininating the inhalant allergens and food sensitive?

     

    Thank you very much for both of you for the very useful information which my nutrition doctors never told me about that before.

  17. Thank you so much Sheila.

     

    My son has done food sensitive tests twices. The first one was done when he was 7, and I think he did it using IEg. The second one was done using LEAP or MRT when he was 9. The first one had a lot of food sensitive, so that I took away many food from his diet for about 2 years. His tics was dramatically decreased losing waxing and waning from that time on. The second report has fewer food sensitive, but when he ate some food even he was not shown to be sensitive (or very tiny little reaction) in the report, still trigger tics (like vocal tics, repeating the first sound of the words after saying the words, eyes blinking) or OCD or hyperactive (or irritated). The second report was shown that he was moderate sensitive to some chemical like potassium nitrate, FD & C yellow #5, sodium metabisulfite, lecithin, polysorbate 80 plus some other food.

     

    He hasn't actually done the allergy skin test, but I will request an appointment for him to test for the inhalant allergens.

     

    I am also wondering if his body will react to the new food which he hasn't been eating it for long time because of his system is not used to it?

     

    Thank you so much!

  18. Hi,

     

    My son always has strong urge to touch things, see things that are curious to him, and so he needs to put down him work, and runs to the objects which he wants to explore. Is this OCD? He has Tourette. Once he learns a silly or funny words, he will keep using it without getting tired about it. Is this OCD too? I found out from this forum learning the Inositol can help OCD and stablize the Serotonin. However, he is very high on Serotonin, Glutamate, Dopamine, Norepinephrine, and Epinephrine, and above normal on Histamine. He has been having these symptoms for many years, and his diet and supplement cannot help him about this. He cannot take fish oil and plain magnesium (except multivitamin with magnesium included). He is constantly taking multivitamin, probiotic and taurine.

     

    Thank you! Any advise will be greatly appreciated.

     

     

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